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Comey felt it was his job to protect FBI from Trump

  • Aired: 05/19/2017
  • 07:19
  • Rating: NR
Benjamin Wittes, editor-in-chief of Lawfare.com, says that after reading a New York Times story about President Trump asking for a loyalty oath, it changed the way he saw anecdotes told to him by his friend, former FBI Director James Comey. Wittes sits down with William Brangham in his first on-camera interview after going public.
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